Steampunk Theme

Library Theme

Science of Deduction Theme

Sherlock Theme

Fandom Universe Theme

Kuroshitsuji Theme

John Watson Theme

Steampunk Theme

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Tumblr RPG Theme

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Xmas Theme

Daily Herald Theme

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Pride Theme

Molly Hooper Theme

Fandom Universe Theme

Science of Deduction Theme

John Watson Theme

Avengers Theme

Centre of the Ring Theme

Daily Prophet Theme

Kuroshitsuji Theme

Harry Potter Theme

Tricolour Theme

Library Theme

Tiled Theme

Burton Theme

Sherlock Theme

Pottermore Theme

Dark Beauty Theme

Daily Prophet Theme

Harry Potter Theme

Pottermore Theme

Molly Hooper Theme

Science of Deduction Theme

John Watson Theme

Sherlock Theme

Centre of the Ring Theme

Kuroshitsuji Theme

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Page: Art Schedule

Redirect: Portal

Xmas 2012: Live Preview | Code

Happy obligatory christmas theme! Single column, decorative sidebar of 3 christmas bobbles, and EVERY colour is customisable. Check out the full list of customise options here.

Daily Herald Theme: Live Preview | Code

I got a few requests for a simple Newspaper theme, after I made my Daily Prophet theme. This theme is fairly simplistic, just a few customise options which you can check here. Single column with a sidebar and header. Works on all major browsers.

Companion Cube Redirect Theme: Live Preview | Code

Moved url? Be a sadist and make visitors burn the lovable weighted companion cube in order to move on to your blog.

  1. Create a new blog alongside your current one. Use the same url you had on your main blog before you changed it.
  2. Install this theme and look at the customise options to insert the url of your new blog. (How to install?)
  3. ????
  4. Profit

Works in Chrome and Safari. A few issues in Firefox, but it still redirects just fine. IE offers a popup to redirect users instead.

Pride Theme: Live Preview | Code

I’ve been wanting to make a Pride theme for a while. This is for everyone who has a different sexual orientation, gender identity or sexual preference from the norm and takes pride in who they are!

There are 11 different flag options

There are a lot of flags out there. I did the most prominent ones, but I will gladly create more options for those who ask.

I will do: Any flag representing an identity that falls under the ‘queer’ umbrella.
I won’t do: Ally flags, country/region-specific flags.

Check out the live preview for the full list of customise options

Before you ask how to add links, those are just regular page links. When you create a page, make sure to click “Show a link to this page”. You have 6 to 9 links depending on the flag you pick.

As a special bonus for one of my good friends in Washington State, I also have an R74 version of this theme. This is the ONLY regional flag I am doing. Get the code for this version here.

The Blog of Molly Hooper: Live Preview | Code

After making themes for Sherlock and John, apparently Molly had to be included. You guys better adore me for this, because I almost went blind looking at the excessive pink and flowers and hearts and kittens and *gags* comic sans. It’s perfect for anyone running a Molly Hooper roleplay blog. Works perfectly on the latest versions of all major browsers. Check the live preview for customise options.

Of course, I take no credit for the design, given that it’s based on the official BBC blog. However I do take full credit for the reconstruction and translation into a tumblr theme.

Silence in the Library v.2: Live Preview | Code

An old favourite improved. This was always a style-over-functionality type of theme, but I’ve added several new features which improve functionality, as well as improving appearance. It’s done in about half as many lines of code, too.

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Fandom Universe: Live Preview | Code

I made this for the purpose of being adapted to just about any fandom out there. I also experimented with a bit of javascript to create a ‘shutter’ effect, as show in the gif above.

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The Science of Deduction: Live Preview | Code

Companion to the John Watson theme. Made to look almost exactly like the official Sherlock Holmes blog from the BBC Sherlock mini-series. It is not perfectly identical because I had to create all the images from scratch in photoshop. The blog creators made it impossible to pull the original images from the site (yeah yeah, copyright), so this theme has the closest I could manage.

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I used two sets of Grunge brushes to create the textures. Credit for those goes to szuia and ~KeReN-R of Deviantart. The London Skyline image came from here.

The Blog of Dr. John H. Watson: Live Preview | Code

Made to look exactly like the official John Watson blog from the BBC Sherlock mini-series. Its counterpart, the Sherlock Holmes theme, will be coming next.

Edit: The Sherlock theme is now here.

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A note on adding modules:
I made it super easy to add new ones. All you have to do is scroll to the very bottom of the code and I have a clearly marked section labeled ‘Copy this for extra modules’. Copy it to the same section of code. After that you only have to replace the words ‘content here’ with your own content.

How to annoy Internet-Explorerians

A lot of people hate Internet Explorer with flaming passion, including me, so I devised a piece of code which you can add to any theme which will display the classic tumblr Over Capacity message to anyone using IE. Your blog will work exactly the same as before on every other browser type.

How to install it:

  1. Copy this code
  2. Open up the customise page on your blog and click “Edit HTML”
  3. Look for this: 
  4. Delete that* and replace it with the code you copied in step one.
  5. If you wish, you may replace the default message with your own text.
  6. Click “Update Preview” then “Save”

*I have to note that if the ‘body’ tag on your theme has some text after it inside the triangular brackets, do NOT delete that. The code I have provided is split into two parts, before and after the head/body tags. You should copy the first half before the head/body tags, and the second half after the head/body tags. Look at how it is set out on pastebin and mimic that.

Send me a message if it doesn’t work, or if you find text appearing where it shouldn’t. I tried to cover everything, but there may have been one or two things I didn’t anticipate.

You’re welcome.

Avengers Theme: Live Preview | Code

This theme was created specifically for theme-challenge's May challenge. The prompt was to create a theme inspired by a summer film (northern hemisphere, obviously). I didn't win anything, but that's okay. I'm posting it now for my followers to use if they like.

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I recommend setting your page to display 6 or 12 posts per page, because this theme cycles through 6 different looks. This theme won’t work on lower versions of IE, but it works on the latest version and anyone who doesn’t have at least that doesn’t deserve to be catered to :P

Centre of the Ring: Live Preview | Code

This one was a request from circus beast. It is somewhat loosely based on the Noah’s Arc Circus featured in the Kuroshitsuji manga, though the appearance is closer to the artworks and cosplay surrounding it.

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Be sure to check out the full list of customise features.

Dark Beauty Theme v3: Live Preview | Code

This was the first theme I ever released, and naturally I’ve gotten a lot better at theme-making since then so I fixed up a bunch of stuff and am re-releasing it.

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Daily Prophet Theme: Live Preview | Code

This theme was a request by hogwarts-the-dark-musical. Hopefully I did a decent job. I had a challenge in trying to get some of the eccentric wizarding-world feel, while keeping everything legible. This is the result. Enjoy!

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Kuroshitsuji Theme: Live Preview | Code

This one was a request from a friend. Basically she wanted me to make a theme that looks like this website. I’ve added a bunch of customise options in, for anyone who doesn’t want to stick to the default images and colours.

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As a side note, this is the first time I’ve used that masonry script. I’m pretty pleased with the result.